The ARC Foundation ( archived web pages: home page | about us | programs | working together ) is the creator of SOGI 123 and is collaborating with the BC Ministry of Education; BC Teachers’ Federation; school districts across BC; UBC Faculty of Education; education partners; and various local, national, and international 2SLGBTQ+ community organizations. All of whom endorse and facilitate the provision of pornographic books (extended list), explicit material and training to children ages K – 12. The United Nations has mandated that every member nation implement the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (AKA SOGI 123).
*list of partners include: BCTF, BC School Trustees Association, CUPE BC, FISABC, etc.
FISABC = Association of Christian Schools International, Catholic Independent Schools BC, Independent School Association of BC, Society of Christian Schools BC (SCSBC),
ARC Foundation Collaborators
SOGI 1 2 3 was created by ARC Foundation in collaboration with the BC Ministry of Education; BC Teachers’ Federation; school districts across BC; UBC Faculty of Education; education partners; and various local, national, and international 2SLGBTQ+ community organizations.
Pride at Work
Established in 2007, ARC Foundation (ARC) creates and co-funds breakthrough collaboration models for reducing 2SLGBTQ+ discrimination in schools. ARC’s primary program is SOGI 1 2 3 which helps educators make schools inclusive and safe for students of all sexual orientations and gender identities (SOGI) through policies and procedures, guidance on creating inclusive environments and teaching resources. To learn more about SOGI 1 2 3 and explore the resources available, visit www.SOGIeducation.org
Pride at Work Canada’s Ambassador Program was established in Montreal in 2014 to drive local execution of Pride at Work Canada’s national strategy and more effectively engage Pride at Work Canada’s Proud Partners in the province of Quebec. Following several years of success, the program expanded to Calgary in 2017 and continues to grow.
PROUD PARTNERS **list of institutions, businesses, organizations recognize LGBTQ2+ individuals as key to a productive, engaged workforce.